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De-securitizing Turkish: Teaching the Language of a Former Enemy, and Intercultural Language Education
This article explores the fit between orthodox ideas about intercultural language education and situations of acute insecurity. It describes the teaching of Turkish to Greek-Cypriots, introduced in 2003 by the Republic of ...
Breaking classroom silences: a view from linguistic ethnography
This paper addresses potentially problematic classroom episodes in which someone foregrounds a social division that is normally taken for granted. It illustrates the way in which linguistic ethnography can unpack the layered ...